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Mussolini, Benito, 1883-1945.
My rise and fall.
New York : Da Capo Press, 1998
|Named Person:||Benito Mussolini|
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|Notes:||Vol. 1 originally published: My autobiography. New York, 1928; v. 2 originally published: The fall of Mussolini : his own story. New York, 1948.
Vol. 2 translation of Il Tempo del bastone e della carota.
|Description:||2 v. in 1 (xxx, xv, 318, 212 p.) ill., map ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||My Rise * Foreword by Richard Washburn Child * A Sulphurous Land * My Father * The Book of Life * War and Its Effect upon a Man * Ashes and Embers * The Death Struggle of a Worn-Out Democracy * The Garden of Fascism * Toward Conquest of Power * Thus We Took Rome * Five Years of Government * New Paths * The Fascist State and the Future * En Route My Fall * Preface: The Mussolini Story by Max Ascoli * Twenty-four Hours * The People * The King * The Allies * That Man Mussolini * This Book * Editors Note * Table of Events The Fall of Mussolini by Benito Mussolini * From El Alamein to Mareth * From Pantelleria to Sicily * The Landing in Sicily * Invasion and Crisis * From the Meeting with Hitler at Feltre to the Night Session of the Fascist Grand Council * The Grand Council Meeting * From Villa Savoia to Ponza * From Ponza to La Maddalena to the Gran Sasso * The Dynasty Sounds a First Call of Alarm * Toward Surrender * September on the Gran Sasso DItalia * The Crown Council and Surrender * Eclipse or Decline? * A Stork on the Gran Sasso * One of the Many: The Count of Mordano * The Drama of Dual Rule: From the March on Rome to the Speech of January Third * The Drama of Dual Rule: From the Establishment of the Grand Council to the Conspiracy of July 1943 * One of the Many: The Executioner * The Meeting of October 15, 1940 at Palazzo Venezia * Appendix * Key to Names and Places|
|Responsibility:||by Benito Mussolini ; foreword to Volume I by Richard Washburn Child ; Volume II edited, with a preface, by Max Ascoli ; new introduction by Richard Lamb.|